Louis Yang, a co-founder of a video app that was acquired by TikTok owner ByteDance in 2017, has recently left ByteDance. His departure, first reported by Chinese tech blog LatePost, comes after a business he oversaw at ByteDance faced a major setback last year due in part to the Chinese government’s regulatory crackdown. As of last year, Yang was leading a team that developed a smart desk...
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